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IRS Mediation

Issues for which there is no legal precedent Issues where the courts have rendered opposing or differing decisions in different jurisdictions Industry Specialization Program issues An issue for which you filed a request for competent authority assistance Service Center penalty appeals cases Service Center Offer in Compromise cases Collection Appeals Program cases Automated...

If you decide you want to present your dispute to IRS Appeals, you will need to prepare a request for Appeals and mail it to the office that sent you the decision letter. There are essentially 2 types of requests For Appealing an Examination 1.  Small...

The PPIA is an installment agreement that pays back less than what is owed to the IRS because of the expiration of the statue of limitations for collection. It is requested by filing out  IRS form 433. The PPIA was formally authorized in the American...

A Collection Appeal Request (CAP) -  IRS Form 9423 - is filed in response to the IRS enforcing collection against an accrued amount they believe they are owed by you or the denial or termination of an installment agreement. Except in specific cases involving asset seizure,...

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